Pumas fly-half Nicolas Sanchez scored 25 poins with a try and eight successful kicks against Tonga. Photo: World Rugby
Football legend Diego Maradona joins Argentina’s dressing-room celebrations following crucial Pool C win
Argentina have all but achieved their first goal at Rugby World Cup 2015, with victory over Tonga giving them a foothold in the quarter-finals.
Their next target has been set by none other than football legend Diego Maradona.
Winger Ben Smith crosses against Argentina . Photo: Skysports
New Zealand secured a third straight Rugby Championship title on Saturday as they out-classed Argentina 34-13 with a try bonus-point in La Plata.
At times it was a joy to watch from the All Blacks as they scored the four tries required to become champions after the Boks won well at Newlands.